|Transfers between nearest domestic airport and the vessel on embarkation and disembarkation days only|
|10 nights Accommodation based on a Twin | Double cabin aboard the Indo Siren|
|Up to 4 dives per day ,single 11 Litre cylinder with air fills, weight belt and SMB|
|Full board meal plan ( Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily + snacks), drinking water, tea, coffee, juices and soft drinks|
|Day 1||Welcome aboard Indo Siren , Embarkation at 10:00 followed by introductions, boat and safety briefings, dinner. The vessel will generally depart port at some point through the evening to be ready to dive first thing on day 2. There is no diving on embarkation day.|
|Day 2||Breakfast followed by a check dive, and up to 3 subsequent dives, as outlined below|
|Day 3 - 9||Your Cruise Director will schedule up to 4 dives per day; 3 day dives and either a sunset or a night dive. A typical diving day is scheduled as follows: • Light Breakfast followed by a briefing & Dive 1 • Full Breakfast, relaxation followed by briefing & Dive 2 • Lunch, relaxation followed by briefing & Dive 3 • Snack • Briefing for Sunset or Night dive • Dinner|
|Day 10||For your last full day on board, 3 dives will be scheduled, before the boat cruises back to Labuan Bajo, where it will remain at anchor overnight.|
|Day 11||Following breakfast on board, disembarkation is scheduled between 8:00am and 10:00am.|
|Minimum dive certification and experience:||Divers are required to have Advanced Open Water certification*, or equivalent, with a minimum of 50 logged dives. *Advanced Open Water courses can be completed on board.|
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Perhaps one of the most well known and sought after dive regions of the world, Komodo National Park is the ultimate tropical diving destination in the heart of the coral triangle. As Komodo is a national park you can not stay on the island. Our recommendation if you want to be land based is to stay on the nearby island of Flores (East Nusa Tenggara). If you want to maximise your time here then a liveaboard is the best way to go, as it will allow you to stay in the surrounding protected marine park for longer, and access a greater range of amazing dive sites
The region is located in the very middle of the Indonesian archipelago. The area was given protected park status in the 1980s to conserve the habitat of the Komodo Dragon. As time has gone on this protected status has expanded to provide a safe haven for native flora and fauna, both above and below the surface. As a result of these protections the area has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The island is of volcanic origin, its terrain is rugged and dry. In fact Komodo is one of the driest areas in the whole of Indonesia. Vegetation is similar to what you would find in a savanna, with very few trees. Rocky slopes frame picturesque beaches that line glistening blue bays.
Komodo National Park is located in the centre of the Indonesian archipelago, between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores in the Lesser Sunda Islands. Roughly 200 nautical miles east of Bali, it includes three major islands: Komodo, Rinca and Padar, as well as some eighty smaller islands creating a total surface area (marine and land) of 1,817 kilometres.
Komodo National Park was established in 1980. Initially the main purpose of the Park was to conserve the unique Komodo Dragon and its habitat. However, over the years, the goals for the Park have expanded to protecting its entire biodiversity, both terrestrial and marine. In 1986, the Park was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and later, a Man and Biosphere Reserve.
The islands of Komodo National Park are volcanic in origin surrounded by fringing and patch coral reefs. The terrain is rugged and dry, consisting of barren sun scorched rolling hills and savannah vegetation with very few trees. Komodo is one of the driest regions of Indonesia. The picturesque beaches of Komodo are mostly deserted with a background of rocks and hills.
The main gateway to Komodo is from the small fishing town of Labuan Bajo on the western tip of the island of Flores.
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